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Thursday 29 September at 10:35
Ericsson fit to race after bicycle crash
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Thursday 29 September at 10:35 : Sep.29 (GMM) Marcus Ericsson is bruised and battered but fit to race in Malaysia this weekend.

The Sauber driver confirmed reports on Twitter that he suffered a high speed cycling accident during a training camp in Thailand last week.

"Lucky to get away with only bruises and scratches," said the Swede, posting photos of himself covered with cuts and scrapes and a bent bicycle wheel.

"Hitting a (big) chicken doing 45kph is not recommended but I'm all patched up and ready for the weekend," Ericsson added.

He said the chicken escaped unscathed.
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